The finance and accounting labor market will continue to evolve in 2018: unemployment is decreasing, demand for talent is going up, availability of candidates is going down, and salaries are rising.
Exactly how firms are adopting insights gained from advancing women to firm wide efforts, and how they are renewing and refreshing women’s initiatives, is the focus of the 2018 Accounting MOVE Project report.
The cracks in the CPA profession’s glass ceiling are more than stress fractures: resistance is cracking at the highest levels. Women now comprise 24% of management in CPA Firms.
Whether a small business or looking for support with personal finances, AFWA professionals answer your questions about working with accountants and financial advisors
In the upcoming years, millennials will have an opportunity to work and partner with accounting and finance firms that cater to their strengths, needs, and most surprisingly, their wants.
Somehow, accounting firm leadership has the impression if they hire enough women and diverse new grads, the ‘woman problem’ and the ‘diversity problem’ will solve themselves.
Accountants wanting to grow revenue by adding new services should look to the Oreo cookie for a few lessons - innovate services for firm growth
The top three qualities for accountants that management prizes, as well as tips for integrating them into your own finance career
The Accounting MOVE Project annual list of best CPA firms for women - firms with women initiatives, women leadership, and women advancement
You may be aware of the do’s of successful salary negotiation, but also be aware of these five pitfalls when talking money with potential employers.